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    My problem is that I have currently finished my AS-levels at college. However the time has come to make a final decision on what career I want to follow in the future. The only problem is that I am finding it really difficult to decide on which one I should take on. I have two options:
    1.IT management at a very prestigious university
    2.Take on Law at an average university.
    The problem is that I would enjoy doing both of these courses. Therefore I am asking the TSR University students to advise on which career to pick. And which career would you think will bring me more job prospects and which will benefit me in the long term?

    thanks all advice is highly appreciated.
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    Whichever you enjoy doing more. None of us can make this decision on your behalf to be perfectly honest - you need to call the shots yourself and stick with it. If you're really confused, gather some of your closest friends and have them talk things over with you. Definitely not us, a bunch of anonymous geeks on the net.
 
 
 
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